“Who Broke the Baby?” . . . A haunting look at deceptive slogans

Thursday is for Ending Abortion The book was written and released six years after the 1973 Roe vs Wade decision.  It was one of the first books I read on the issue of abortion and it helped to shape my growing passion for the unborn. And it opens with a haunting story. Jean Garton was a … More “Who Broke the Baby?” . . . A haunting look at deceptive slogans

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A Call for Prayer: Please Pray for Me

Wednesday is for Prayer My mind and heart are so agitated over the Planned Parenthood illegal, deceptive, and disgusting practice of selling fetal body parts. I’m crushed. It is so blatantly evil it is hard to comprehend. It sounds like Nazi Germany. And all these educated, well dressed, smiling white women defending the practice sound … More A Call for Prayer: Please Pray for Me

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To Mourn Well: Why We Lament When We Are Not Lame

Original Musical Composition by Aubre Schoenleber to Accompany Poetry Project Read Psalm 16 Suggested by a Reading of Psalm 16 Part of the Poetry Project A Miktam. Nobody knows what Miktam means. It only occurs in six places (Psalm 16, 56-60). One interesting note is that each of the psalms it appears in breathe an atmosphere of lamentation … More To Mourn Well: Why We Lament When We Are Not Lame

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